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If you just recently converted from iPhone to Android, you’d not only want to transfer contacts from your iPhone to your Android phone or to transfer music from iTunes to Android. Both are doable, of course. Like most of us busy bees who rely much on our calendar or planner apps, you’d most likely also want to move your iPhone calendar entries to your new and better phone (i.e., Android)? That’s actually doable, too. In this post, I’ll show you how to transfer or sync your calendar from iPhone to Android. One-by-one transfer For just a handful of pre-existing calendar…

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Let me begin by saying welcome to the family. You have your first Android device! I don’t know what you had before this, but since this is your first Android, we’ll cover a few things to get you started. It may seem a little daunting, this awesome new operating system, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll never want another.

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Earlier this year, among the plethora of pre-release Galaxy S3-related rumors we’ve seen was one that mentioned the next Samsung smartphone will come pre loaded with the company’s own cloud solution. Dubbed S Cloud, the Samsung cloud was seen as a direct response to Apple’s iCloud that became available to iOS, OS X and Windows users once iOS 5 was released back in October 2011. Samsung never unveiled the S Cloud in May, or later, and we had to put a pin in the rumor. But it looks like Samsung’s cloud-computing solution has been spotted on the Galaxy Note 2…

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Mat Honan learned the hard way. He was hacked, in stellar fashion, by some social engineering techniques Kevin Mitnick would probably be proud of. He, like so many other victims of identity theft, had his bubble of information access popped and his life erased. He also states several times in his story, that “daisychaining accounts” was at the core of his undoing. Connectivity, it seems, has a price.

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It’s not everyday that a technology journalist’s email and social networking accounts are hacked. After all, we would expect these folks to be more technologically savvy than the rest of us mortals. But even with secure passwords, hackers can still find ingenious ways of running social engineering attacks. And it can sometimes involve your favorite service provider’s customer service department. Mat Honan, who writes for Wired, details how his “entire digital life” had been wiped out by a hacker who wanted to deface his @mat Twitter account. In the space of one hour, my entire digital life was destroyed. First my Google…